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Trashy Diver Contest- July Winners!

Grab your camera and hit the water because we want to see you be a Trashy Diver!

The Roddenberry Dive Team in partnership with the NAUI Green Diver Initiative, TUSA, Body Glove, Alaska Airlines, the Sheraton Waikiki hotel, the Oahu Visitors Bureau and Pearl Harbor Divers present the 2012 Trashy Diver Contest! We are challenging all ocean enthusiasts, scuba divers, beach combers and water lovers alike to collect trash from any aquatic environment, above or below the water, and photograph the results! You could win one of our great monthly prizes as well as a chance to win a Dream Getway for two! 

Congratulations to our two July winners!

Most Amount of Trash photo submitted by Zachary A. from Arizona, USA
Most Unique Piece of Trash photo submitted by Klaus S. from Australia

How can you win? It's easy!

Click here for more information and to view the Trashy Diver Contest webpage!

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Did You Know?

The energy saved from recycling one glass bottle causes 20% less air pollution and 50% less water pollution than when a new bottle is made from raw materials.

The energy saved from recycling one glass bottle can run a 100-watt light bulb for four hours or a compact fluorescent bulb for 20 hours.

The highest point in Hamilton County, Ohio (near Cincinnati) is "Mount Rumpke." It is actually a mountain of trash at the Rumpke sanitary landfill towering 1045 ft. above sea level.

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